preinduction


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preinduction

(ˌpriːɪnˈdʌkʃən)
adj
occurring before an induction
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Early studies suggesting such an association were mostly observational and subject to inherent bias and serious methodologie errors (such as lack of power, inconsistent protocols, absence of preinduction cervical ripening, and a failure to control for parity, maternal comorbid conditions, or the passage of time).
A comparison of differing dosing regimen of vaginally administered misoprostol for preinduction cervical ripening and labour induction.
In this study, in group V, the heart rate at preinduction level was 85.
Effectiveness of intracervical catheter as a Labour preinduction method.
Establishment of the Student's Army Training Corps in 1918 "transformed colleges and universities into preinduction camps" (425) in which all pretense of academic standards were abandoned as male students fully expected to be transferred to active duty status at the end of each term.
After the 16 weeks of preinduction treatment, changes in oral glucose tolerance test areas under the curve showed significant differences between the oral contraceptives group (a mean increase of 24 mg/dL/hour) and the lifestyle modifications group (a decrease of 1 mg/dL per hour) or the combination therapy group (a decrease of 17 mg/dL/hour).
Preinduction scoring: an objective approach to induction of labor.
A comparison of misoprostol and prostaglandin E2 gel for preinduction cervical ripening and labor induction.
I was classified I-A and was to report back to the Federal Building for my preinduction physical.
Independent sample t-tests then revealed that there was no difference between the thought suppression group and the mindfulness group at either preinduction, t(22) = 0.
Sources said these agents will work undercover and their preinduction training is already going on.
Initial temperature (T0) was taken preinduction using a tympanic probe (Genius First temp model 3000A, Sherwood Medical, St Louis, USA).